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Out of Step by Bethany Askew, 10 Mar 2013
This review is from: Out Of Step (Kindle Edition)
This is a book about the problems of step-families and about the emotions left over from marriage. Most of the characters are less than loveable (I don’t mind that), particularly the men, but I still had to keep reading to find out what became of them all. A story told with sensitivity and insight. I enjoyed it.
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Bethany Askew is the author of seven novels:
The Time Before, The World Within, Out of Step, Counting the Days, Poppy’s Seed, Three Extraordinary Years and The Two Saras.
She has also written a short story, The Night of the Storm, and she writes poetry.
Two more women’s fiction books have been accepted for publication in 2020 and 2021 respectively and she is currently working on a new novel.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, music, theatre, walking, Pilates, dancing and voluntary work.
Bethany is married and lives in Somerset.